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IALD Enlighten Europe Conference Day 1 –12 January 10.00 Introduction


10.15 The Luminous Landscape; an Artist’s Approach to Design – Leni Schwendinger, principle designer, Leni Schwendinger Light Projects Ltd 11.00 The Stadium as Theatre for HDTV – Durham Marenghi, founder of DMLD 12.00 Coffee


12.15 Artistic Interactions in the Public Realm – Jason Bruges, creative director and founder, Jason Bruges Studio 13.15 Lunch


14.15 Under the influence – Philip Rose, design associate, Speirs + Major 15.15 How do you communicate your idea in the public realm? – Leni Schwendinger, principle designer, Leni Schwendinger Light Projects Ltd and Jason Bruges, creative director and founder, Jason Bruges Studio 16.15 Coffee 16.30 Real Ways to Save Energy – Mark Sutton Vane IALD PLDA, principal, Sutton Vane Associates Lighting Design 17.30 Finish 18.00 Drinks reception starts 21.00 NightWalk starts


Day 2 –13 January


10.15 Introduction 10.30 Value of Light Panel: How do you put a value on lighting? – Paul James, Mondo arc; Lee Penson, founder of PENSON; John Mellor, design director of SCG (Strategic Consulting Group); Mary Rushton-Beales, founding principal, Lighting Design House 11.30 Coffee 11.45 Value of Light Panel continued 12.30 Illuminating Retail - A case study on how cutting edge technology and savvy design produces commercial and sustainable results – Maida Hot, lighting design director, NDYLIGHT 13.30 Lunch


14.30 LED Panel – What are the leading manufacturers doing for the architectural lighting design industry? Dr Geoff Archenbold, Reform (BERR); Kevin Theobald IALD MSLL, principal, KTLD; Ian Cathcart, national sales manager, Solid State Lighting Devision, OSRAM UK; Derek Tibbitts, regional sales director, CREE Northern Europe 15.30 Finish


Retail Lighting Showcase The key role of lighting within a retail environment is to create a real impact. The Retail Lighting Showcase will deliver inspiration through innovative approaches to create signature designs using the latest technologies, all the while focusing on reducing energy consumption, costs and carbon footprints. Leading suppliers and manufacturers will recreate unique retail environments allowing you to see first-hand how the effective use of light within these settings can create jaw-dropping displays.


Design Gallery In its third year, the Design Gallery offers a unique showcase of innovative and exciting decorative designs in a walkway of hand-picked exhibitors. Exhibitors will include 2bedelighted, Albioncourt and Occhre.


Urban Lighting Showcase


ARC acknowledges that urban lighting solutions are at the very forefront of both environmental and social agendas, so new to this year will be the Urban Lighting Showcase. View the latest products and solutions for street, park, mixed use public space and public buildings at this dedicated urban lighting area.


Kinetica Art Fair 2011 Preview An exclusive preview of three light installations from Kinetica Art Fair 2011 will be featured at the ARC Show. These unique installations from Italy, Spain and South Korea will explore the interwoven complexities between scientific developments and the human condition through the convergence of art, science and technology.


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